A proposal to split California into three states will likely be on the November ballot, according to the Secretary of Stateâ€™s website. The measure became eligible for the general election nearly two months after Cal 3, the group behind the initiative, said it turned in more than 600,000 signatures to the Secretary of State. The initiative needed 365,880 validated signatures to qualify for the ballot -- it had 419,362.
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